A small selection of images from the past few weeks, have not had much time or opportunities to get out.
Monday, 11 December 2017
Monday, 6 November 2017
Friday, 27 October 2017
A few images of the White- Rumped Sandpiper that turned up at St Gothian Sands yesterday,Bit late in the day when I got down there but well worth it a very obliging bird.
Also a Rock Pipit that walked right by me.
Posted by Monts at 08:29
Monday, 23 October 2017
Monday, 9 October 2017
Saturday, 30 September 2017
A few images from Thurs & Friday on a trip to Hayle Est & St Gothian Sands LNR.
The last image is of rough sea state at Portreath along the North Cliffs coast road.
BLACK -HEADED GULL
BLACK- HEADED GULL
JUV SANDWICH TERN
JUV SANDWICH TERN.
Posted by Monts at 11:14
Wednesday, 20 September 2017
Thursday, 7 September 2017
Went down to Penzance yesterday afternoon, and on the way back made a quick stop at Marazion to see if the Baird's Sandpiper was still about.
I saw someone along the beach taking photo's, so grabbed the camera in the hope it was the Baird's, as I approached I was surprised to see it was Jr from JR & Sue's blog . So I can say Great to see you John, and sorry I was on very limited time, but will have to have a longer catch up next time.
Anyway did not see the Baird's and below is a selection of the birds we were looking at, the Baird's was located further along the beach but I did not have the time to see where it was.
When I got back home I found a very nice Common Blue Butterfly and three Small Tortoiseshell's in the garden.
So all in all a very nice day.
DUNLIN ( MARAZION ).
RINGED PLOVER ( MARAZION ).
SANDERLING ( MARAZION ).
TURNSTONE ( MARAZION ).
SMALL TORTOISESHELL ( LANNER ).
COMMON BLUE (LANNER ).
Posted by Monts at 08:58
Sunday, 3 September 2017
A few images from a trip to St Gothian Sands on Friday, quite a few migrating species around.
beside the images below good numbers of Sand Martins,Swallows, Two Swifts, and a couple of House Martins.
The Speckled Wood was taken on the other part of the reserve, where I saw five of these and a couple of Small Whites.
Posted by Monts at 08:24